Enzo Surin Silon (Poetry 2012) has two poems in the Summer 2021 issue of Spoon River Poetry Review: “How to Craft an American Scapegoat” and “Interrogating Past & Future Constellations.” He also has two poems in the current […]

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At Cambridge Common Writers, we love to celebrate the achievements of our wonderful community. Poetry MFA Writing Faculty Steven Cramer’s latest poetry collection, Listen, was named a “Must Read” by the Mass Book Awards (along with When My […]
Julie Wittes Schlack’s (Nonfiction, June 2013) debut novel, Burning and Dodging, will be released in December 2021, and is now available for preorder from Black Rose Writing. Danielle Legros Georges (MFA Program Director) has been awarded a PEN […]

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Jon D. Lee (Poetry, January 2017) has a new poem “Death and the Miser” appearing in The Ekphrastic Review. Kyoko Mori (Nonfiction, MFA Writing Faculty) is featured in conversation with Bonnie Friedman in the April 2021 issue of […]

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Join recent Lesley graduate Raymond Tyler Woodsmall (Fiction, June 2020) and faculty member Pamela Petro (Nonfiction; Graphic Novel & Comics, MFA Writing Faculty) as they discuss Raymond’s upcoming comic, “Amputation Capital.” “Amputation Capital is a dystopian-present where celebrities […]

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Join Chris Lynch (Printz Honor Award–winning author of several highly acclaimed young adult novels, including “Freewill” and “Inexcusable”) as he talks with Lesley MFA in Creative Writing program alum Jasmine Warga (author of the New York Times bestseller […]

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Check out the latest news from our Cambridge Common Writers community! Candice Iloh (WFYP, June 2017) and Jason Reynolds (WFYP, MFA Writing Faculty) were both featured on USA Today‘s “50 Black young adult novelists you should read, from […]

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Check out the latest news from our Cambridge Common Writers community! Several alums have books that feature on 2021 Rise: A Feminist Book Project List, including Rose Viña (WFYP, January 2016), Candice Iloh (WFYP, June 2017), and Hayley […]

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I’ve sometimes heard Lesley MFA graduates talk about “the one that got away,” a mentor they hoped to work with but never got the chance. What they may not realize is that we faculty can feel the same […]

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Join Karin Cecile Davidson (Fiction, June 2009) as she discusses her debut novel, Sybelia Drive, with New Orleans author, C. Morgan Babst (The Floating World: A Novel). The event is free but advanced registration is required.
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